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an asset price bubble. you can't get off that ride, unless you're moving to another country. >> or detroit where you can still pick up a house for $10,000. but then you're not in -- as you point out, people make housing choices on schools, economic opportunities, jobs. >> let me ask you this. when we looked at the disparities in subprime loans, 2006, 30% of these loans went to women. much likely men to get subprime mortgages. even high-in come african-american borrowers were likely to get subprime mortgages than white borrowers. was that about being a bad decisionmakers, women aren't good with their money or are we seeing targeted behaviors and those behaviors are still unaddressed? >> additionally these lenders targeted elderly african-american women with high equity in their homes. when they perfected this whole process of scamming people out of their equity, they rolled it out to communities of color, primarily african-american communities, because they didn't have enough people who spoke spanish to hit that community. they hit the spanish community later. but it was a targeted theft of
to unsolved rape cases in cuyahoga county, which includes cleveland. detroit prosecutor kim worthy found more than 11,000 untested rape kits in a warehouse in 2009. since then, 600 kits that have been tested and prosecutors have discovered evidence in 21 -- of 21 serial rapists. rosa picket actually lived this nightmare in the small, predominantly black and overwhelmingly poor town of robbins, illinois. she came forward with her story after the cook county sheriff's office discovered that more than 200 rape kits had been collected in robbins since the mid-'70s that were never used to solve crimes. rosa was raped 36 years ago. her rape kit was lost and never been found. her attacker, never apprehended. now she's working to make sure that other survivors get the justice that she never did. and joining us from chicago is the chief of policy and communications in the cook county sheriff's office, cara smith, and the brave sexual assault survivor, whose story i just shared, rosa pickett, thank you both for joining me. >> good morning, thank you. >> good morning. >> and cara, i want to start with y
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